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posted in July 2012

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Comment: re: Apple captive Cirrus gagged - 7/31/2012
Comment: re: Apple captive Cirrus gagged - 7/31/2012
Comment: re: Apple captive Cirrus gagged - 7/31/2012
Comment: re: Apple captive Cirrus gagged - 7/31/2012
Comment: re: Apple captive Cirrus gagged - 7/31/2012
Comment: re: Apple captive Cirrus gagged - 7/31/2012
Comment: re: Apple captive Cirrus gagged - 7/31/2012
Apple captive Cirrus gagged
News & Analysis  
7/31/2012   39 comments
With almost 60 percent of its business is coming from a single customer – in this case Apple, Inc., it’s not quite kosher to call Cirrus Logic an independent fabless chip company any more.
What Intel's 'Me The Musical' leaves out
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7/27/2012   14 comments
Wow. Talk about alternative reality… or, should I say, revisionist history? I am talking about Intel’s recently launched ‘Me The Musical’ campaign, which piggy- backs on Facebook.
Comment: re: Debating Olympic technology - 7/26/2012
Comment: re: Sally Ride: 1951-2012 - 7/24/2012
The Feature Phone Rises (Again?)
News & Analysis  
7/24/2012   43 comments
We all feel like we’ve already seen the movie: “Downfall of the Feature Phones.” Our heroes are Apple and Samsung. They take over the world with their smartphones, while Nokia ignores the early warning signs of smartphone ascendancy.
Comment: re: Slideshow: Flying cork - 7/20/2012
Comment: re: Slideshow: Flying cork - 7/20/2012
Comment: re: Slideshow: Flying cork - 7/20/2012
Comment: re: Slideshow: Flying cork - 7/20/2012
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Comment: re: Slideshow: Flying cork - 7/19/2012
Slideshow: Flying cork
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7/19/2012   16 comments
When I was at a farm in the Alentejo region of Portugal, I saw little connection between cork and engineering. Wrong. Cork has already taken flight -- from bottle caps to aerospace.
Comment: re: Philips' iPad, circa 1999 - 7/19/2012
Does RedMere + Fresco = Spectra7?
News & Analysis  
7/18/2012   8 comments
By marrying two startups – each solid but neither quite ready for its IPO – to form “a new superset company,” Tony Stelliga believes he can ensure that the two, RedMere and Fresco Microchip, will live happily ever after.
Comment: re: Philips' iPad, circa 1999 - 7/16/2012
Investigators zeroing in on China’s ZTE, Huawei
News & Analysis  
7/13/2012   19 comments
With multiple investigations already underway in the U.S. and Europe targeting illegal sales to Iran by Chinese telecom giants ZTE and Huawei, reports surfaced in Friday (July 13) that the FBI is now probing whether ZTE sold U.S. computer equipment to Iran in violation of U.S. trade sanctions.


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Juggling a Cornucopia of Projects
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I feel like I'm juggling a lot of hobby projects at the moment. The problem is that I can't juggle. Actually, that's not strictly true -- I can juggle ten fine china dinner plates, but ...

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